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applet with jdbc

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How to write an trusted applet?I need line by line process to do it?
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An applet is considered trusted if it tries to access a database on the same server whic serves the applet. Besides that, I believe you may need to authenticate yourself if your applet tries to connect to a database on a different server.

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